LEARNING EVENT 4
PRACTICAL EXERCISE FEEDBACK
Answer d is correct.
Answer a is incorrect. General Priess was not in a position to immediately destroy the 134th Infantry Regiment.
Answer b is incorrect. American soldiers were already in place throughout the forest.
Answer c is incorrect. The fighting was to begin too quickly and intensely to allow time to develop cohesion.
Answer d is correct. The initial objective in the effort to regain the Gremecey Forest was to take the village of
Moncel on the Nancy-Dieuze Highway.
Answer a is correct.
Answer a is correct. The primary problem facing General Muehlin, commander of the 559th VG Division was that
the troops had been thrown together and lacked training as a unit.
Answer b is incorrect. The Infantry of the 559th VG Division had young and able personnel. They probably
wanted to end the war as much as everyone concerned, but this did not make them rebellious.
Answer c is incorrect. The soldiers forming this unit were young and able.
Answer d is incorrect. If these soldiers did feel the war had been lost, it certainly did not affect the intensity they
displayed in battle.
Answer b is correct.
Answer a is incorrect. American troops were not grouped to any great degree.
Answer b is correct. American troops used a wide front. This made their lines thin and Germans were able to
Answer c is incorrect. American troops were spread throughout the forest. The problem was that they were
spread too thin.
Answer d is incorrect. This was a contributing factor, but was was true for both sides.